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comment How can I get rid of this invisible file?
May be better to us . instead of * as in ls | egrep "^akorg.$" | xargs rm -rf
May
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comment Get values in an XML File - Requirement : It must be done in bash/Unix
@StephaneChazelas right, in that sense. Agree.
May
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comment Get values in an XML File - Requirement : It must be done in bash/Unix
Does it really run in parallel? I thought piping is sequential, no?
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awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
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answered store command before pressing ctrl+c, revive afterwards
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comment Search low values in mainframe files
Eliminate - you just want to delete them? or replace with sometihng?
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comment A unix command to truncate each line of a file
@ChrisDown, thanks, was thinking about -f 1-3, this is a useful shortcut.
Nov
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comment A unix command to truncate each line of a file
wouldn't it be cut -d \; -f 3?
Nov
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comment Using grep command and backreferencing
@terdon Thank you... wonder why it takes forever to get such one-liners accepted...
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comment Using grep command and backreferencing
@terdon I don't have /usr/share/dict/words but tried it on some sample input, and it seems to have behaved as expected.
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answered Using grep command and backreferencing
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answered Sort input file by the results of a regex
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